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Advertisers boost spending at retailers such as Walmart and Amazon as TV shrinks

The next frontier for the ad market isn’t on TV — it’s at screens near points of sale. Television had long been the key target for advertisers, until tech companies

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It wasn’t the endless shrimp that pinched Red Lobster. How private equity rolled the seafood chain.

Angry that your favorite Red Lobster closed down? Wall Street wizardry had a lot to do with it. Red Lobster was America’s largest casual dining operation, serving 64 million customers

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UAW challenges Mercedes-Benz union vote, asks NLRB for new election

DETROIT — The United Auto Workers union is challenging the results of last week’s organizing vote of Mercedes-Benz workers in Alabama, in which workers voted against union representation, and is asking federal officials to

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Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang’s net worth swells from $3 billion to $90 billion in five years

Five years ago, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang owned a stake in his chipmaker worth roughly $3 billion. After Thursday’s rally, which pushed the stock to a record, his holdings now stand at

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The ‘absolute worst’ of times for car buying are over

Car shoppers should have an easier time finding good deals this Memorial Day weekend than last. Dealerships are sitting on a glut of 2023 vehicles, leading to steeper discounts and

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Boeing, NASA say Starliner astronaut launch will move forward despite spacecraft helium leak

Boeing and NASA are moving forward with the launch of the company’s Starliner capsule, set to carry U.S. astronauts for the first time, despite a “stable” leak in the spacecraft’s propulsion

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Why groceries are so expensive — and how consumers may start to see relief

High inflation is subsiding, but many Americans have yet to see relief from elevated prices at the grocery store. “Grocery prices skyrocketed during the pandemic, and in many cases, they’ve kept going

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Will schools finally pay student-athletes? What a historic settlement means for the NCAA and players

Could college athletes really start getting paid directly by their schools, ending decades of acrimony over the issue? The NCAA, along with the five largest college athletic conferences, announced Thursday

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